I have to stop watching Game of Thrones... but it's just so damn good. Someone on Twitter mentioned I should add more power to the golden shield. I scoffed. Then I looked at the icon. He was right, the magnificent bastard. So I did just that.
I am truly happy with this, final version. It's punchier and just technically more advanced. Finally, a GC icon I can actually be proud of (I say that with my old one in mind, the one designed by Apple is truly a work of art).
10 months ago
Looks great! Anxiously awaiting a savior from the new "Mailbox" app icon.
@Justin Salsburey Is it bad? I haven't seen it.
awesome work. this is what i call "Icon" amazing stuff . thanks for share.
I'm so glad you revised this. I couldn't help but feel that the previous version just looked flat, despite everyone's praise. Much better lighting on this one, and I'm sure it makes a big difference on the iPhone display.
@William Szilveszter Well its designed to blend in with apples default icons for messages mail etc. if that tells you anything.
@Justin Salsburey yeah, I've seen it since. It's not bad actually, from a production standpoint. While my stuff is nice, I admit that in a production environment, pretty much unsuitable. I expect Mailbox to be pretty popular, so I will probably make one down the line. That goodness for the "queue"; not really in a rush ;)
@William Szilveszter Yeah, as far as standard icons go its not bad, definitely clashes with your theme though.
Theming is worth it even if its just so that every single icon on my homescreen isn't some shade of blue.
@Justin Salsburey agreed!
@Justin Salsburey Check out Jaku 1.4.8. Icon added.
@William Szilveszter You saved my dock! haha! Look great. You've managed to hit almost all my homescreen apps. I always recommend it to everyone who jailbreaks. Always look forward to Jaku updates.
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